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´╗┐Should I upgrade to laminate or carpet

If tenants spill stuff and don clean, you take damage no matter what you have.

I will do some research on tiles. I never used a contractor before, where can I find one?

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Tile is really cheap in cost but it the labor that always gets you. If you can find a good contractor needing the money that is the key as you can get done for Nike T Shirt Png

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If you cannot use tile because of cost or are not allowed to then laminate is good. I do not like the peel and stick kind. Liquid can get in between the cracks and also the ends can come up later creating a trip hazard for the tenant. I agree that tile is really the best, especially in a dining area. You have to have good support, though, and it can be expensive to install. But its about the most bulletproof floor. I don yet have enough long term experience with laminate, but I think that a good choice for living rooms and such.

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the entire house. I wouldn put laminate down because if they have an animal, it will pee and ruin it or liquid will get spilled and bubble it. Carpet is ok. Spend a few cents more per tile and get the kind with the non slip surface. They have little specs baked in so that it is not smooth and slippery when it gets wet. Some of the really cheapest tile is ultra slick.

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Tile is really cheap in cost but it the labor that always gets you. If you can find a good contractor needing the money that is the key as you can get done for 1/2 or better of usual labor rates.

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The tenant family has a stay home mom, so I think she will do the cleaning. Tile in dinning area is a good idea. Thanks

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For my "higher end" apt rentals, I put tile in kitchen, baths, family room and hallway, and laminate wood floor in bedrooms. You can get very good laminate wood (the one feels like real wood) from Floor and Decor (if there is one around your area) for $1.3 $1.6/SF, $0.30/SF pad, and install fee is the same as tile ($1.2/SF in my case). This creates good color contrast between hallway/kitchen and the bedrooms for "high end" feel.

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If you cannot use tile because of cost or are not allowed to then laminate is good. I do not like the peel and stick kind. Liquid can get in between the cracks and also the ends can come up later creating a trip hazard for the tenant. Use a whole sheet instead that is seem less as those are better.

I plan to order the floor from Home Depot, do you know any where more cost effective?

Originally posted by Joel Owens:I like tile the best. Spend a few cents more per tile and get the kind with the non slip surface. They have little specs baked in so that it is not smooth and slippery Nike Women's Down Parka when it gets wet. Some of the really cheapest tile is ultra slick.

For lower end rentals, I put tiles everywhere, including bedrooms. HD is good place to pick up small quantity clearance tiles for good price.

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1/2 or better of usual labor rates.

I don want to replace every three years. I hope it can last for ten years :)

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